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rail road book of England: historical, topographical and picturesque

Churton, Edward

rail road book of England: historical, topographical and picturesque

descriptive of the cities, towns, country seats, and other subjects of local interest, with a brief sketch of the lines in Scotland and Wales.

by Churton, Edward

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Published by Sidgwick and Jackson in London .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Great Britain,
  • Great Britain.
    • Subjects:
    • Railroads -- Great Britain.,
    • Great Britain -- Description and travel.

    • Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDA625 .C5632
      The Physical Object
      Paginationv.
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5083468M
      ISBN 100283979445
      LC Control Number74154562

        Route: Hyannis, MA to Sandwich, MA Duration: 2 hours Relax and enjoy the calming views of the Cape's woodlands, sand dunes, marshes, and cranberry bogs as you retrace a historic train route that originated in For more information and to book tickets, visit Cape Cod Central Railroad.   A generation ago, Britain's railways were almost consigned to history when Dr Beeching's cuts closed thousands of stations and lines across the country. But some gems survived, and now rail travel.

      Scotland, home to breathtaking scenic rail journeys. If the beautiful country of Scotland has caught your attention, then our selection of rail passes and train tickets will give you the freedom to create your very own Scottish adventure! Offering up a great variety of must-see destinations, include stops in Edinburgh, Glasgow, Inverness. An Historical Geography of the Railways of the British Isles. London: Cassel, Churton, Edward. The Rail Road Book of England: Historical, Topographical and Picturesque; Descriptive of the Cities, Towns, Country Seats, and Other Subjects of Local Interest, With a Brief Sketch of the Lines in Scotland and : Sidgwick and Jackson.

        Ronald Dale Karr's book, The Rail Lines of Southern New England and Robert M. Lindsell's book, The Rail Lines of Northern New England should be your two best friends for looking this sort of thing up. They have a short history of the line in the 'Southern New England' book as well as a general map.   Descriptive of the tourist region of New England (), Here and There in New England and Canada (), and All along Shore: a booklet descriptive of the New England coast (), all issued by the “General Passenger Department” of the Boston & Maine, were clearly oriented towards “the vacationist’s enjoyment”. These books have.


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The rail road book of England: historical, topographical and picturesque; descriptive of the cities, towns, country seats, and other subjects of local interest, with a brief sketch of the lines in Scotland and Wales.

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